Choosing the right colors for the wedding flowers in your bridal bouquet, bridesmaids bouquets and floral centerpieces a big difference in the appearance of the wedding decorations and wedding flowers you have spent your valuable time considering. An important element of any wedding or event, the colors chosen to help the tone and feel of the opportunity to communicate.
The amount of lighting in the area where the wedding and reception will be held plays an important role in the way colors appear to the eye, and in photos that appear in your wedding albums and on the world wide web. Pastel colors look great on an outdoor wedding if it is on a bright spring day. Pastels goes flat and gray, but for an evening event held in a dimly lit church or reception setting. In photographs, pastels see clearly in a well-lit settings, but shadowy scenes are not flattering shades that are already weak in saturation. Even by candlelight does little to enhance the colors in the evening.
Lighter colors tend to be more suitable in the morning and dark colors show up well in the afternoon and evening, while brighter colors tend to retain their character until the late evening and night. Though this is not a fixed rule, it is definitely a guideline to consider before you hone in on a specific color configurations.